Captain/Major Harold Ward Correspondence, item 551

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all going along well. Practically 

all our wounded are in England.

The CO was the last to go & the

journey upset him a little. At 

present he is in Manchester but

hopes to get a move to Leeds

in two or three weeks. It will

be nearer for his people then & also

he hopes more comfortable. I had

a letter from him yesterday. He 

wonders what is happening to the

Bn so if I get a chance when 

I am on leave I must run over

& see him. I am very sorry

Darling that you have been

unwell but glad to see by

your letter (49) that you are 

better. I sincerely trust that

you will keep fit & well

Beloved. My cold is about

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all going along well. Practically 

all our wounded are in England.

The CO was the last to go & the

journey upset him a little. At 

present he is in Manchester but

hopes to get a move to Leeds

in two or three weeks. It will

be nearer for his people then & also

he hopes more comfortable. I had

a letter from him yesterday. He 

wonders what is happening to the

Bn so if I get a chance when 

I am on leave I must run over

& see him. I am very sorry

Darling that you have been

unwell but glad to see by

your letter (49) that you are 

better. I sincerely trust that

you will keep fit & well

Beloved. My cold is about


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  • December 30, 2018 19:54:09 Thomas A. Lingner

    all going along well. Practically 

    all our wounded are in England.

    The CO was the last to go & the

    journey upset him a little. At 

    present he is in Manchester but

    hopes to get a move to Leeds

    in two or three weeks. It will

    be nearer for his people then & also

    he hopes more comfortable. I had

    a letter from him yesterday. He 

    wonders what is happening to the

    Bn so if I get a chance when 

    I am on leave I must run over

    & see him. I am very sorry

    Darling that you have been

    unwell but glad to see by

    your letter (49) that you are 

    better. I sincerely trust that

    you will keep fit & well

    Beloved. My cold is about

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    Havrincourt, Ribecourt-la-Tour,

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Kate Ward
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October 24, 1917
  • English

  • Western Front




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